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        08-15-2013, 04:24 PM
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    Foal
    first aid kit.. advice

    Hey guys so I am putting together a first aid kit for when I go to rodeos!
    So far I have:
    -vet wrap
    -electrolytes
    -pocket knife
    -hoof conditioner
    -gauze(need to get)
    -triple antibiotic
    Please let me know of anything else! Thanks!
         
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        08-15-2013, 10:15 PM
      #2
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by horseluv7799    
    hey guys so I am putting together a first aid kit for when I go to rodeos!
    So far I have:
    -vet wrap
    -electrolytes
    -pocket knife
    -hoof conditioner
    -gauze(need to get)
    -triple antibiotic
    Please let me know of anything else! Thanks!
    Wound cleansers - betadine/iodine/whatever you have available where you are :)
    Thermometer
    Stethoscope
    Records of your horses TPR when well
    Poultice
    Sterile dressings
    Nappies (good for wrapping hooves)
    Instant ice packs
    Surgical gloves
    Dosing syringe (for flushing wounds or administering medications)
    Wound antiseptic (sprays - eg; cetrigen)
    Small packet of salt for would cleansing
    Torch
    Tweezers
         
        08-15-2013, 10:21 PM
      #3
    Started
    This is what I have
    Required Equipment for Rally: Equine First Aid Kit - US Pony Clubs
    Plus people stuff and-
    Sterile saline solution
    Instant cold pack
    Poultice
    Liniment
    Epsom salt
         

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